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HE 

PURPLE and 
WHITE ECHO 



GRADUATION NUMBER 
JUNE 1937 



SMITH ACADEMY 

HATFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Smith Academy, Hatfield, Mass 



FOREWORD 

Although this annual is intended for 
the school as a whole, it is primarily 
for the Class of 1937. May it serve to 
recall to them in the future the com- 
radeship of pleasant days spent in 
Smith Academy. 



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Printed By 

HENRY R. GOULD 

At The Transcript Press 

ATHOL, MASSACHUSETTS 

School Publications A Specialty 



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TO THE STAFF : 

Another successful year for the "Purple 
and White Echo" has passed, and I want to 
take this opportunity to express my appre- 
ciation for the loyal cooperation and effi- 
cient work of the staff. 

The paper this year has been both a literary 
and a financial success, thanks to the energy 
and enthusiasm of the capable staff. 

Nowhere else could a better group be found 
to work with, and I hope they have enjoyed 
their work as much as I have enjoyed mine. 

In closing, I want to thank our faculty ad- 
visers, Miss Ryan and Miss Baker, for their 
valued assistance in making- the "Purple 
and White Echo" a success. 



RUTH POLMATIBR, 

Editor-in-Chief 



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Editor-in-Chief, Ruth Polmatier 

Associate Editors 
Sue Osley Robert Mullany 

News Editors 
Anne Zapka Paul Rreor 

Feature Editor, Stephen Bialetski 

Literary Editors 
Helen Woynar Alphonse Jackowski 

Wit Editors 
Katherine Vachula Eleanore Yarrows 

Sports Editors 
Bernard McGrath John Solak 

Typists 

Veronica Wilkes Lillian Borrows 

Stanley Kirejczyk 

Exchange Editors 
Marguerite Boyle John Kukucka 

Business Managers 
Marcus Mullins William BIyda 

Donald Proulx 

Faculty Advisers 
Miss Elizabeth F. Baker 
Miss Mary E. Ryan 



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TO 
PRINCIPAL EDWARD J. BURKE 

Whcse unfailing interest in our publication 
and zealous efforts in behalf of all school 
activities have taught us the value of 
enthusiasm and cooperation, we dedicate 
this annual of the "Purple and White Echo." 



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CLASS OF 1937 



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CLASS OF 1937 



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SENIOR STATISTICS 



Peter Adamcik 

Wherever you hear those tapping feet 
You're sure to find accordion Pete. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, School Orchestra 2-3-4. 

Stephen Bialetski 

As a Barrymore, Steve's not so bad 

But tell him that and he'll sure get mad. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, First Prize in Alumni Prize 
Speaking Contest 4, Feature Writer on Echo Staff 4, Senior Play 
4, Washington Trip 4. 

William Blyda 

//' Billy had his own sweet way. 
He'd be in Deerfield every day. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4, Soccer 
4, Cheerleader 1-2-3, Vice President G. 0. 4, Business Manager 
Echo 4, Washington Trip 4, Senior Play 4. 

Lillian Borrows 

Through any red light Lil can pass — 
She smiles at the cop and steps on the gas. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 2-3, Senior 
Play 4, School Orchestra 2-3, Typist for Echo 4. 

Marguerite Boyle 

Her grandest pleasure and greatest delight 
Is riding in a "Chevie" on Sunday night. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Exchange 
Editor Echo 4, Graduation Usher 3, Washington Trip 4. 

Paul Breor 

,1// five-dollar words Paul cleverly uses, 
And our History class he certainly amuses. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Soccer 3-4, 
Baseball 3-4, Basketball 3-4, News Editor Echo 4, School Orches- 
tra 2, Dramatic Club 1-2-3, Washington Trip 4. 



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Betty Bbuscoe 

Here's to Betty and her hair so red — 

At present she's interested in Bradstreet, 'tis said. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play 4, Graduation 
Usher 3, Basketball 2-3-4, Washington Trip 4. 

Sophie Dzwil 

Always calm and very nice 

We never saw Sophie excited more than twice. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play Usher 4, Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

Mary Filipek 

Our kind-hearted Mary we'll never forget, 
For a dearer friend is hard to get 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play Usher 4. 

Helen Harubin 

A hairdresser indeed Helen will make, 

For her hair always seems to "take the cake." 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Washington Trip 4, Senior 
Play 4, Basketball 2-3-4, Graduation Usher 3. 

Alphonse Jackowski 

Al ranks high as a radio star, 

With his yodeling voice and Hawaiian guitar. 

Vice President 2-4, Secretary 3, Senior Play 4, Literary Editor 4, 
Soccer 4, Baseball 3-4, Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, 
Special Chorus 3-4, Vice President Dramatic Club 3, Secretary 
Literature Club 1, Alumni Prize Speaking Contest 3, School Or- 
chestra 4. 

Mary Kempisty 

To do great things is Mary's ambition, 

In the Hall of Fame she'll receive recognition. 

Second Prize in Alumni Prize Speaking Contest 3, First Prize 4, 
Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Pre-state Speech Tourna- 
ment of N. F. L. 4. 



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Ruth Kingsley 

Ruth is quiet, one surmises, 

But it's usually the quiet that springs surprises. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Graduation Usher 3, Drama- 
tic Club 3, Literature Club 1-2, Washington Trip 4. 

Stanley Kireczyk 

//' you want to see Kaffy on Sunday afternoon, 

Just travel to Deerfield and you'll find him real soon. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Soccer 2-3-4, Captain 4, 
President G. 0. 4, Baseball 3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Typist for Echo 
4, Washington Trip 4. 

Joseph Kochan 

We all like Joe and his grin, 
He's rather quiet and never makes a din. 
Boys' Glee C'ub and Chorus 1-2-3-4, President Dramatic Club 3. 

John Kochan 

John is quiet and never rushes, 
You ought to see his face when he blushes. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4, Base- 
ball 4, Second Prize Alumni Prize Speaking Contest 4, Senior 
Play 4, School Orches'ra 3-4. 

Walter Krawczyk 

Walter's known to everyone 

As public swingster number one. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4. 
Assistant Manager Basketball 4. 

John Kukucka 

One of the most quiet and shy members of our class. 

Red has a smile that would attract any lass. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4, Pro 
Merito 3-4, Exchange Editor Echo 4, Master of Ceremonies 
Senior Play 4, Washington Trip 4. 

Egnot Maslanka 

Dan goes about from day to day 

In his usual happy-go-lucky way 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Soccer 3-4. Baseball 3-4, 
Dramatic Club 2, Literature Club 1. 



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Bernard MoGrath 

He seems shy, reserved, and quiet, 
But out of school he can raise a riot. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Sports Editor Echo 4, Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

Robert Mullany 

Driving out Chestnut Street, Red may be seen; 

He's a swell guy, — just ask Eileen. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4, Basket- 
ball 3-4, Soccer 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-3-4, Washington Trip 4, 
Senior Play 4, Treasurer of Class 4, Associate Editor Echo 4. 

Anna Mullins 

Let's drink a toast to Anna, so tall, 
She's a friend to one and all. 
Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4. 

Marcus Mullins 

When you're in a tough spot one of these days, 
Just call on Moon'e — he'll sure find a way. 
Class President 3-4, Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special 
Chorus 3-4, Soccer 3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 4, N. F. L. 
Speech Tournament 4, Senior Play 4, Nominating Committee for 
A. A. 3, Business Manager Echo 4, Washington Trip 4. 

Marion Osepowicz 

Marion's naturally wavy hair 

Is envied by girls everywhere. 
Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Graduation 
Usher 3, Washington Trip 4, Senior Play 4, Special Chorus. 

Sue Osley 

Quiet in school, but not so outside, 
We point to our valedictorian with pride. 
Basketball 2-3-4, Captain 4, Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, 
Pro Mcrito 3-4, Vice President 4, Stage Manager Senior Play 4, 
Associate Editor Echo 4, Washington Trip 4, Valedictorian 4. 

Bernard Pelis 

When you hear a laugh ring out 
You'll know that Chelsie's somewhere about. 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Baseball 3. 



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Ann Petcen 

Anna's our pal, and her smile 

Helps to make her presence always worthwhile 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play Usher 4, Wash- 
ington Trip 4. 

Ruth Polmatier 

Our editor-in-chief ', so full of pep, vigor and vim 
Our memories of Ruth will never dim. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Winner of Mass. State Bas- 
ketball Tournament Essay Contest 3, N. F. L. Pre-State Speech 
Tournament 4, Graduation Usher 3, Senior Play 4, Certificate 
of Merit for Article on League of Nations 4, Radio Broadcast on 
Mass. State Tournament 4, Editor-in-chief Purple and White 
Echo 4, Washington Trip 4. 

Donald Proulx 

He finds it easy to attract the girls, 

For they all admire his dimples and curls. 

First Prize in Alumni Prize Speaking Contest 3, Senior Play 4, 
N. F. L. Pre-state Speech Tournament 4, Soccer 4, Baseball 4, 
Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Business Manager Echo 4. 

Henry Serowek 

This is Henry, who is never quiet 
Wherever he is, there's always a riot. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Special Chorus 3-4, Soccer 
2-3-4. 

John Solak 

Full of wisecracks and full of fun, 
Worries for Shonnie have never begun. 

Boys' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Manager Basketball, Baseball, 
and Soccer 4, Treasurer G. O. 4, Sports Editor Echo 4, Washing- 
ton Trip 4. 

Blanche Szewczyk 

Blanche has a gay and carefree air 
There isn't a thing that she won't dare. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Graduation 
Usher 3, Senior Play 4, Prize-Speaking Usher 3. 

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Katherine Vachula 

Very smart and full of fun, 
We all like Kate — she's a hon"! 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Pro Merito 
3-4, President 4, Treasurer of Class 2-3, Graduation Usher 3, Wit 
Editor Echo 4, Washington Trip 4. 

Veronica Wilkes 

Veronica never cares what others do, 
For she always paddles her own canoe. 

Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Senior Play Head Usher 4, 
Pro Merito 3-4. 

Helen Woynar 

Quiet and studious describes our Helen, 
How far she'll go there is no tellin' 

Girl's Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Secretary of Class 4, Pro 
Merito 3-4, Secretary 4, Secretary of G. 0. 4, Senior Play 4, 
Literary Editor Echo 4, Certificate of Merit for Article on League 
of Nations 4, Graduation Speaker 4. 

Eleanore Yarrows 

A lovely voice, a pretty song — 

With these Eleanore can't go wrong. 

Strummers 1-2, First Prize in Alumni Prize-Speaking Contest 3, 
N. F. L. Pre-State Speech Tournament 4, Girls Glee Club and 
Chorus 1-2-3-4, Wit Editor Echo 4, Soloist for Senior Entertain- 
ment 4, Graduation Usher 3. 

Ann Zapka 

Smart, likeable, and tiny describes Ann, 

A girl like her could get any man. 
Girls' Glee Club and Chorus 1-2-3-4, Secretary Class 2, Pro Merito 
3-4, Treasurer 4, Prize-Speaking 3, News Editor Echo 4, Saluta- 
torian 4. 




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SENIOR WHO'S WHO 



Best Athlete 
Stanley Kireczyk Sue Osley 

Most Timid 
John Kukucka Helen Woynar 

Most Diligent 
Marcus Mullins Katherine Vachula 

Shortest-and-Sweetest 
William Blyda Anna Zapka 

Wittiest 
Paul Breor Mary Kempisty 

Most Silent 
Bernard McGrath Buth Kingsley 

Smiliest 

Bernard Pelis Anna Petcen 

Most Occupied 
Bobert Mullany Helen Harubin 

Merriest 
John Solak Buth Polmatier 

Best Dancers 
Walter Krawczyk Marion Osepowicz 

Most Unassuming 
Joseph Kochan Anna Mullins 

Best Talkers 
Stephen Bialetski Betty Bruscoe 

Best Xon-Talkers 
Peter Adameik Veronica Wilkes 

Most Conservative 
Egnot Maslanka Sophie Dzwil 

Laughingest 

Henry Serowek Mary Filipek 

Happiest 

John Kochan Lillian Borrows 

Best Singers 
Alphonse Jackowski Eleanore Yarrows 

Most Quick-Tempered 
Donald Proulx Blanche Szewczyk 

Most Enthusiastic Marguerite Boyle 



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ADVERTISING 
SECTION 




We, the stuff of the "Purple and 
White Echo," take this opportun- 
ity to express to our advertisers 
our appreciation for their mak- 
ing possible this publication. 



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THE B & S 
NOVELTY COMPANY 

20 Center Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



WALL PAPER 

PAINTS 

WINDOW GLASS 

PAINTER'S SUPPLIES 



GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

'Phone 3035-W 



VOLLINGER'S 
FILLING STATION 

LEON VOLLINGER, Prop. 
Main Road West Hatfield 

HATFIELD GARAGE 

CHEVROLET 

SALES and SERVICE 

Hatfield, Massachusetts 

Compliments of 

TOCKZKO'S 

PACKAGE STORE 

School Street Hatfield 



PIERCE'S 

PAINT STORE 

196 Main Street 'Phone 1207 

Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

HILL BROS. 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

PR03PECT STREET 

BARBER SHOP 

FRANK J. ROMANOWSKI, Prop. 

CRAWFORD RANGES 

KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS 

SHUMWAY & RILEY, Inc. 

21 Center Street Northampton 



Compliments of 

P. W. MULLINS 



Compliments of 

WM. H. BURKE 



Compliments of 

THE WONDER BAR 

L. T. GULOW, Prop. 



Compliments of 

SHEA & FORTSCH 



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ADMISSION DATA 
UPON REQUEST 

— o 

Law 

Accounting 

Law and Business 

Engineering and Business 

Evening Sessions 

LLB., B. B. A. Degrees 

NORTHEASTERN 
UNIVERSITY 

Springfield Division 
114 Chestnut St. Tel. 6-3681 



AWNINGS 

FURNITURE 

UPHOLSTERING 

AUTOMOBILE TOPS 

HARNESS SHOP 

GLASS AND BODY WORK 



CHILSON'S SHOP 

34 Center Street 'Phone 1822 

NORTHAMPTON 
MASS. 



INSPIRATION 

The storehouses of the world's 
knowledge are yours through 
your eyes. As Roger Bacon said: 
"Reading- maketh a full man.'' 
Good eyes and good glasses — if 
they are needed — add pleasure to 
your precious reading- hours. 
Make sure your eyes are right. 
Have them examined regularly. 
Do it today! 

O. T. DEWHURST 

Registered 

Optometrist and Optician 

201 Main Street Northampton 



RILEY'S 

QUALITY DAIRY 
and POULTRY FEEDS 

Made In Hatfield 



SUMMER SCHOOL 

JULY 6 to AUGUST 28 

Comibine vacation with practi- 
cal training for college or a 
business position. Classes held 
morning only. Intensive cours- 
es in typewriting and short- 
hand. Also complete courses 
leading to Secretarial, Ac- 
counting and Business Admin- 
istration positions. 

Free Employment Service 
Call, Write or Phone for 
Summer School Bulletin 

Springfield Civil Service 
and Commercial School 

Springfield, Massachusetts 



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NORTHAMPTON 

COMMERCIAL 

COLLEGE 

JOHN C. PICKETT 
Principal 

"THE SCHOOL 

OF THOROUGHNESS" 

— o — 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



BASEBALL 

SCOUT ITEMS 

TENNIS GOODS 

FISHING TACKLE 

— o — 

FOSTER - FARRAR CO. 

162 Main Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

WOODWORTH'S 

Northampton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

AGRICO 

H. J. MORSE, Agent 



Compliments of 

CLIFFORD'S 

SODA — CANDY 
Next to Calvin Theatre 



Compliments of 

JOSEPHINE'S 

BEAUTY SHOPPE 

42 Pleasant Street 'Phone 933 

Northampton, Mass. 



General Electric Appliances 

Washers - Ironers - Radios 

Refrigerators and Ranges 

H. W. WOLFRAM 

'Phone 8048-3 No. Hatfield, Mass. 

"CONGRATULATIONS" 

May we have the pleasure of 

Serving you for your 

Graduation Outfit? 

Harry Daniels Associates 

Best Wishes 

To The Graduates of 

SMITH ACADEMY 

Cohen Bros. 



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^ry our 
delicious coffee 




ALLISON SPENCE 
PHOTOGRAPHER 

NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 
Telephone 1919 



PHOTOGRAPHER 

TO SMITH ACADEMY 

1934 — 1935 

1936 — 1937 

Thanks, Smith — Come Again 



HATFIELD BARBER SHOP 

S. M. BOURDON, Prop. 
TWO BARBERS IN ATTENDANCE 

We Sell Everything from Sox to Clox 




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The 

Purple and White Echo 




INCOMING STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief, Mary Mullany 

News Editors 

Mildred Vachula Mary Allaire 

Literary Editors 

Emma Rogalewski Stafia Olszewski 

Blanche Gutfinski 

Wit Editors 
Mary Morin Dorothy Mullins 

Sports Editors 

Joseph Krawczyk Julye Zhelski 

John Podmayer 

Typists 
Sylvester Pelis Clara Markowski 

Exchange Editors 
Mary Mullins Helen Slattery 

Business Managers 
John Mullins Jean Lesukoski 
Arthur Belden Harold Morse 

Faculty Advisers 

Miss Elizabeth F. Baker 

Miss Mary E. Ryan 



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